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the most incredible thing about this is? >> woman: oh yes, please. >> appraiser: the fact that it's survived. >> woman: well, that's fair, yes. >> appraiser: where have you kept it? >> woman: well, it's probably been in the loft for 15 to 20 years. >> appraiser: seriously? >> woman: yes, yes. >> appraiser: well, maybe that's why it's in such pretty good condition because it's only made of tin plate. it's a very basic thing. it has, for instance a paper dial. it's not a quality object. now, do you know who might have made it because there are the crossed arrow marks there? >> woman: oh no, no. >> appraiser: that is the trademark of the hamburg american clock company. nowhere near hamburg, nowhere near the states, but actually down in wurttemberg. and i see also it slightly gives it away because it says made in wurttemberg. now it has a patent there dated 1900. have you done any research on that at all? >> woman: well, we have. my husband wrote off to the patent office and we got this back, so. >> appraiser: oh, that's fantastic. >> woman: and it's got the plan of it and everything
serious flu or is in one of the high-risk groups like a pregnant individual, pregnant woman, a young child or an elderly individual over 65 or someone with a chronic condition, they should be treated with the anti-flu medicines, like tamaflu and we know that this influenza is sensitive to the anti-flu medications that we have. >> dr. fauci, thank you so much for joining us.
are being the good samaritan today. woman: that's right. yes. appraiser: so you've brought this in for your friend. woman: yes, i have. appraiser: now, i think it's fair to say that you were prompted or she was prompted to ask you to bring it in for one simple reason. do you want to tell me what that is? woman: she saw the program from greenwich and she saw that you had a medallion with a monkey's face on it and she knew that she had this in the cupboard. so she said, would i bring it along today. appraiser: wonderful stuff, isn't it? woman: yes. appraiser: it's very fortuitous because i think looking around it might even be called divine intervention... woman: yes, it could. appraiser: ...because this is exactly the bowl that i was talking about. this is the very same face that was on that medallion. it had been cut out of a bowl like this. and it's called madagascar. and you've not gotten one monkey you've got 12 monkeys. i say monkeys, i think lemurs come from madagascar, so... but this is obviously the work of renÉ lalique. now, i have to say that the pendant was in a
years since we have been able to nominate a woman. malia and i both came on this position at the same time if you years ago, and i know how hard malia work to get here and how hard she worked in the field. she has demonstrated a lot of leadership in the last two years. i want to say that this process has been very heartwarming for me to go through over the last three days. i've had a lot of great conversations with many of my colleagues and what i have learned in this time is that we have a lot of great leaders on this board and a lot of great individuals that could be president for this board and so this nomination is not set in the way that takes that away from anyone else. i think that given the historic nature of not having had a woman lead this board i want to put forth malia today. i want to say couple of things about malia. should represent a district that we talk a lot about. she leads and represents a portion of the city that faces some of the most intractable issues in san francisco, whether violence, unemployment, lowest performing schools. many of the issues t
-time woman's health educator here in san francisco who had just passed before the star thf year and she was one of the first of three woman in san francisco to be diagnosed with hiv in the 1980's in a time when aids was widely misunderstood and traveled as far as washington dc to educate and advocate for woman's health and service and is she was part of the peer support circle for woman when the community center first opened during the beginning of the eight crisis and she was also an advocate for woman's right and particularly woman who lived below the poverty line and many of the woman who live in my district. she also traveled across california providing legal and court support for cannabis providers and her work in the community will continue to have a lasting impact she is fifed by the woman's health networks she helped to build and her many loving friends who worked along side her and more than 15 nieces and nephew. i would also like to end the meeting in the name of doctor jones and meditation instructor at east bay meditation center pass odd on january 8 oof this year due to car
the power of the woman. at the time, also like the woman at sleeve and that kind of thing. we admit -- we -- women reacting on taking out the bra and putting it on fire. the fire of the bra. a symbol. showing that we are as much as the men. maybe we first tried to look at men to see that we are equals. after that, it was one that would then it can be as mature, strong or whatever, than a man. but we also see the attribute of imagery, of seduction, which was exactly what was into it in madonna. >> so we can all understand. when you saw madonna in her appointed course it, this was not the first time you had seen womens' underwear -- in her pointed corset, this was not the first emmy had seen women's underwear. you saw it with your grandmother and the work she did. isn't there a teddy bear in bastardi -- in the story? >> the teddy bear was there. [unintelligible] for a little boy, no, you cannot have a doll. you have to have a train. i was not traumatized by the train. maybe why do not drive. but also like a teddy bear. i cannot put it in a dress. i cut bras with newspaper or a magazine and
. >>> a woman is set on fire on purpose. what may have led to that horrifying crime, and what they know about the suspect. >>> plus, get your shark's gear on. the nhl lockout is finally over. >>> good evening to you, a developing story we're following in san francisco. police are searching for a man accused of setting his girlfriend on fire during an argument this afternoon. it happened shortly after noon today in the city's bay view district. monty francis in the bay view where he just spoke with the victim's family, this has to be hard for them to make any sense out of. >> it is certainly very hard, and family members watched in horror as this all the played out right here in the streets. the 25-year-old woman, we're told she suffered serious burns and she's now at the burn unit at st. francis hospital, the woman's clothes are still here, burned, visible on the street. we're told she attempted to throw off her jacket after her boyfriend doused her with a flammable liquid, then set her on fire. the victim's sister tells us the couple had been together for about six months, and they argued a
. >>> belva davis was the first african-american woman hired as a tv reporter on the west coast. we will talk about her ground- breaking career. >> and finally, the belying day is here. fs jazz is ready to taupe door to their brand new bay area home. i am seuss seuss and that is next. . >>> welcome to the show. i am susan sikora. look up ground breaker and you should see a picture of belva davis. she defied the odds and became the first african-american reporter to work in television on the west coast. it has been quite a journey. what do you love about having worked in the bay area. >> my god, because the bay area loves me back. that is why. nothing better than having a romance. >> when i started in the business, i was asked to do news conferences and i was mistaken for a worker in a fancy hotel more than once. i had people that didn't want to walk down the street with me, photographers, who were not yet ready to being a mixed race couple. you have your gender moments, racial moments. the journalistic moments. they are all part of what makes you who you are. 1964. one of those
it was love letters about a woman i did not know about. i did not intend to write this book. but i tried to write the book that i saw that i was too close to some of the events like the of war and a divorce and other issues. i put it away. and i went to work but then my grown grandchildren made me promise i would do it. so he made me promise i would do it. one year ago in january i found chris who is the ultimate person to work with. she kept me focused. we were joined at the hip over eight months. i am most grateful to press. that is how it started. >> faq for hosting this wonderful event and also to celebrate the remarkable woman and her intriguing life. i once felt the women of the greatest generation have not gotten their due, attention, or credit they deserve. not to take away from the men who were patriotic, and brave, survived the depression, fought the war, contributed to the baby boom after words but so did the women. but they got the intention of the they were just as talented and patriotic and importuned. cynthia helms has experienced up close and personal the momentous events
a woman as she slept. warrants have been issued for christopher and dough las tolliver. jeff goldberg joins us from the scene and more on the investigation. >> prince william county police are want looking for a third man in connection to this crime. in this small mobile home park behind me everyone knows each other and they can't believe tasheka leavell is gone. the husband of tasheka leavell is comforted by family members after she was shot and killed in their home in dumb fridays. >> she was yelling for help. >> a neighbor ran outside right after the shooting. >> i was shocked. >> i devastated and shocked. >> tasheka leavell, 35 years old was shot multiple times just before 3:30 thursday morning on the home on washington street. they are looking for two suspects wanted for the crime christopher tolliver and his brother, douglas tolliver. both have criminal histories and christopher tolliver lives a few houses away. >> they have had altercations in the past and we believe they stem from those encounters. >> she work at the waffle house as long as the iho
with another 33 round magazine he dropped it. and a woman grabbed it. it gave the people around him the time to tackle him. i contend if that same thing happened when he was trying to reload one ten-round magazine with another ten-round magazine, meaning he didn't have access to a high capacity magazine, and the same thing happened, christina taylor green would be alive today. >> the case against banning high-capacity magazines and assault weapons was made anecdotally by witnesses in favor of high-capacity magazi magazines. but all the anecdotes were about people defending themselves using more traditional firearms. >> i would like to begin with the compelling story of sarah mckinly. home alone with her baby, she called 911 when two violent intruders tried to break down her door. these men were breaking in to steal the prescriptions of the recently deceased husband. before the police arrived, while she was still on the phone with 911, these violent intruders broke down her door. one of the men had a foot-long hunting knife. as the intruders forced their way into their home, ms. mckinly fired
! multigrain cheerios in multi-grain cheerios peanut butter. >>> elderly woman is hospitalized after firefighters pulled her out of her burning apartment overnight. what he know about her injuries. >>> i have viewed this situation as one big lie. that i repeated a lot. >> lance armstrong and his tell all interview. what he told oprah and a nation- wide audience. >>> failing to spare the air. the one county that is leading the way in a pollution complaint department. ktvu channel 2 news continues. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us friday morning, january 18th i'm pam cook. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check mayor weather and traffic. steve is right here. we can all say a collective thank you to steve. he's telling us the weather is changing. >> i was going to say do i owe you money? >> i'm glad you have such control. >> i do. i put the order in. we do have a nice pattern coast and bay. temperatures really warmed up but 27 in santa rosa to 49 in san francisco. i mean just tremendous difference. livermore is 29. oakland is 40. it will be in the 50s and 60s to even
. >>> topping our news this morning an elderly woman was take ton the hospital after firefighters found her after an apartment fire in hay wad. the fire started inside an apartment just about 9:30 last night. fire officials say the fire was put out quickly but they found an unresponsive woman inside. alex savidge just arriving on the scene getting new information for us and he will join us in a bit. >>> also overnight news a car chase became a man hunt on foot when the car overturned in san leandro. the car ended up on its roof. police searched the freeways and nearby streets. we do have calls into the police department to figure out if they found the suspect and why they gave chase in the first place. >>> also overnight power has been restored to thousands of pg&e customers in oakland. pg&e says an under ground explosion and fire at park and mccar there are knocked out power to 5500 homes and businesses. that was about 2:00 this morning. that fire has been put out and power has been fully restored. >>> new developments in the hostage crisis in algeria. the hostage crisis is ongoing and def
on the rake break story -- breaking news story. a woman died in a row house in maryland but not before a group of people risked their own lives to try to save her. >> reporter: neighbors awoke to the sound of a woman screaming on north rosedale street. one woman had made it out, another, her mother, was trapped on the second floor. lonnie grabbed his 33-foot, tension lad are. the woman was begging for help at a back window. heavy smoke and flames soon drove her away. >> we were all standing around crying because we didn't want to see a body die like that. i can lar the screams in my -- hear the screams in my mind. it's pretty tough, pretty tough. >> reporter: when firefighters arrived, they searched the home and discovered the victim just inside the window. paramedics transported the daughter to the bay view facility for treatment. >>> the man prosecutors say killed phylicia barnes told loved ones he was thinking about leaving the country months before he was arrested. that was one of the text messages read in court. brian kuebler is here with some of the other things jurors listened to. >> re
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that laws violated a woman's constitutional rights. a new reality series is documenting what it's like for women after undergoing an abortion. >> woman are petrified and ashamed and scared that their secret will come out. >> reporter: here, they will sorry render the secret. it's the name of the first-ever reality show about women this a bible study trying to recover from a guilt they feel after having an abortion. a new offering to the ever- increasing political vitriol as roe vs. wade turns 40. >> there is no condemnation in christ. >> reporter: each hopes the christian message of redemption and forgiveness will heal her emotional wounds, a 10-episode series airing on the website knock tv. >> i think ultimately, i would like to convince women to make a different choice. again, if a woman is going to make that choice, make it fully informed and know there is going to be a consequence to it, a price that is paid and that is huge. >> reporter: the show is the creation of the producer cecil stokes. >> i realized there were so many women living with a secret and they felt very a lone an
of defense. the men charged with raping a young indian woman on a bus arrived in court where proceedings dissolved into chaos. and hitting a high note in south africa. we meet an unlikely star whose voice takes them from -- hollywood. across >> a combat soldier still -- still carries a treadmill in his chest. he will be the first wounded soldier to ever serve as secretary of defense. not everyone is happy with his nomination. >> this is the man president obama wants to lead the largest military force the world has ever known. a former soldier who knows the cost of war. >> he knows war is not an abstraction. he knows the sending young americans to fight and believe in the dark and muddy is something we only do when absolutely necessary. >> he is to be a republican senator, but he is a provocative thick. -- pick. >> i will do my best for my country and those i represent at the pentagon and for all of my citizens. i will always give you my honest and most informed counsel. >> he served in vietnam twice wounded and twice decorated. he had friends who got their heads blown off. he criticized
of something new year's eve, investigators say the freezing temperatures could also explain why the young woman ended up here on the side of the road. >> when people get hypothermia or cold they get to a point they can not function and think logically. if if that happened to her she may of have difficulty getting up. >> reporter: a tattoo helped them. despite disturbing messages on her twitter account they do not believe it had anything to do with her disappearance. back to you. >>> happening now we go to debra in petaluma where a sreugil is vigil has begun. >> reporter: they will be lighting candles and they are bringing flowers to the la crosse field, this is basketball and softball that she played while a student here. she is being remembered as happy and vibrant, always the one to make people laugh. it was a huge blow to this community when the news came through. everyone hoping she would be found alive. young people want other teenagers to try to take a lesson from this tragedy. >> let your friends know where you are,. >> reporter: we are back live now, it this vigil is just getting s
in 2,002 and pan banned toxic chemicals and toys and led effort to protect local woman and minority business in his contracting practices focused on woman's health and domestic violence suspicious now keep in mind this is a ten year career that i'm condensing into five bullet points? he was a pointed majority and speaker pro testimony making mer her the most senior asian woman in the state of california she pass of the legislation, again like i mentioned she led the evident and continues to lead the effort to pass the high speed rail bonds and looked out for the san franciscoians interest in passing legislation to improve reliability and healthcare child care programs and protect consumers and regulating lock submit and tatoo parlors but with a ms. miles will be leaving after ten years of service she has been a personal friend and mentor to me and she has spend a lot of time mentoring a lot of people in this particular champ better and she is a woman that, that i respect and it's a privilege to be able to present to her colleagues here on behalf of all of us we would like to cong
mojave desert, the challenge of las vegas is supply. woman: all the growth and everything that's occurred in southern nevada has been with colorado river water. without it, the west as you know it today couldn't exist. narrator: to sustain their growing community with its limited supply, las vegas learned to be extremely efficient. mulroy: this is a desert, and it has its own beauty, but you have to get beyond what you're used to. as long as people recognize they're moving to the desert and give up this notion that they have to bring eastern vegetation with them and make the necessary adaptations in their own life, desert communities can continue to live. man: the biggest water user in the desert is turf. turf uses a lot of irrigation and uses spray irrigation, so what we've done here is use artificial turf. you're never going to be able to achieve the look of back east or the look of, say, california, with subtropical plants, but our landscapes are still lush and use about 30% of what the subtropical landscape with turf would use. las vegas has adopted a drought tolerant ordinance. we're
this accident. >>> police are looking for a man who stabbed a woman on a metro bus in southeast this morning. a metro spokesperson says the bus driver heard an argument and stopped the bus. that's when he realized that the woman was suffering from a stab wound. ems arrived on the scene. they took the woman to a local hospital. eyewitnesses say that the man stabbed the woman and then ran out of the bus on foot. authorities are examining surveillance video from the bus in order to get more information. >>> maryland's new law allowing same-sex marriage took effect at 12:01 this morning. and same-sex couples in maryland have been able to get marriage licenses since december 6. but wedding ceremonies were not allowed to take place until today. baltimore's mayor had a special overnight opening of city hall in order to allow seven same- sex couples the ability to get married. ceremonies at other city halls and courthouses in maryland will begin taking place tomorrow. >>> a two-alarm fire ripped through a church in oxon hill this morning. firefighters responded to the first wesleyan church of oxon h
>>> tonight, a loyal dog and a retired fire lieutenant. the unlikely team saved a woman from her burning home. >> ran over to the door, was trying to get back in there. i look, i could see her underneath the smoke and then the flames coming out the top. >> teenagers joking about a rain. the video that has one vigilante group so angry it is hacking personal accounts to out those responsible. >> we'll tell you what this guy did on a plane that forced fellow passengers to go to extremes to shut him up. >> good evening, i'm jim vance. >> i'm doreen gensler. >> the owner was hurt and couldn't get out. pumpkin the dog jumped into action. as the erica gonzalez explains, a retired fire lieutenant showed up just in time. erica. >> doreen, in all seriousness. like an episode of "lassie." a barking dog waiting for him to take him up to the door to got his owner out of the house. a fire so intense tonight you can see straight through this prince george's county home. debris and glass everywhere. early tire day a woman trapped and retired fire fighter in the area. >> just the smell brought ba
# 800-933-4833 - ( rings ) - woman: smokers' helpline. oh, hi, it's me. >>> hello, everybody. i'm beth troutman. we've got the best videos of the day and the stories behind them, right here, "right this minute." >>> an adventure diver decides to go -- >> spaer fishing off the coast of new zealand. >> how he got something a little bigger than a fish. >> thank you for watching. i really appreciate it. >> a seattle man born in south korea is it turning to the internet. >> hopefully find his mother. >> hear why he's got 17 days to track her down and what he'll tell her if he does. >> i would just hug her and just tell her it's okay. >> a boat spins out of control as a chopper pilot spots something nearby. >> this guy's treading water. >> how he was plucked from a deadly whirl pool. and a blogger finds big success with low cut tops. why won't she show her face? >> maybe she's butter face. she's cute, but her face. >> offer you a little lesson in spear fishing off the coast of new zealand. luckily we're getting this lesson first person. we have a camera on the guy diving down. we're also abo
police officer accused of killing a woman in a child custody dispute. >> a college football player learns his girlfriend doesn't exist. was he duped or is he lying? reaction to the story next. >> more on this snow. is it coming? how far north is it coming? we'll look at the evening forecast and see when and where we may start seeing snow in the next few hours. that's coming up. stay with us.  >>> a bizarre story from the world of college football is raising more questions with every passing hour. notre dame line backer manti te'o will have to enplain how the girlfriend who inspired his play never existed. >> reporter: anyone who followed notre dame football heard the story of the fighting irish's running up to the championship game last week and how team captain manti te'o recounted how he gained inspiration by the death of his girlfriend two was strickenned down by leukemia. the girlfriend never exist and te'o was a victim of a hoax. the story was a big part of one of the biggest players in college football. notre dame line backer manti te'o told espn and other media ou
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a dinner, they came across an indian woman sitting on a bench outside the banquet hall. pat taught she recognized the woman. they continued down the stairs. halfway down, pat remembered the woman and made her husband return to where the woman was sitting. pat spoke with the woman and asked her if they had not met previously. when the woman replied that they had, pat asked about her stay in the u.s. and inquired what she was doing in a hallway. the woman explained that she was returning to india in a few days and hoped to catch a glimpse of the president before she went home. pat then arranged for the woman to be given a seat at the dinner so that she could hear the speech as well as see the president. nixon then left the hall to continue on to their continuous engagement. i use this story to begin my talk because i think it exemplifies several key points i wish to make about pat nixon in her public role, more particularly about her role as foreign diplomat. first, pat met the indian woman during one of her travels as second lady. for pat the traveling she did as first and second lady w
needs an ally. woman: my first symptoms were... man: constant tingling in my toes. woman: my leg sometimes will go numb. woman: i had double vision. woman: they said, "you have multiple sclerosis." woman: well, the beginning is the hardest time. man: i kind of had to get a grasp on reality. man: i had to adapt and change very rapidly. woman: i had to learn how to drive with my hands -- yeah, that was interesting. woman: i was a dancer. i don't see walking the way i walk any different than doing a dance. it just looks different -- it's a different dance. woman: you see me have an off day. it doesn't take away from who i am. man: a symptom may cause you not to be able to do that anymore, and at one point, i was able to do any of those. woman: get out, exercise every day. man: since i've been cycling, it's definitely helped my walking. man: i make a lot of changes in my life and just adapt to it. woman: i'm going to acknowledge its presence, i'm not going to discount it, but at the same time, i'm going to try my best to not let it stop me. woman: it's a fantastic opportunity to be w
" this is first time in 16 years we won't have secretary of state of color or who is a woman. i think for this president i think it's funny because ruth went on to say it's almost like mad m on tear steroids. they -- and president is only face of diversity. >> i think it -- wait, let me just -- that everybody -- >> i know but everybody -- come on legs be fair. i was on the show where you guys couldn't stop mocking mitt romney -- >> hold on. >> for asking for binders of women. >> this whole binder of women was blown out of proportion. now what happened, everybody blew it up. what happened is mass gap were the ones behind the binder full of women. what they did -- >> let's got get in to that i do want to raise the point that what seems so effortless really in pulling together his first cabinet which included lots of women and persons of color in high positions. it has completely gone out the window this time. it's kind of like, you know, i'm in office now for -- i can't run again. e heck with you guys and everybody says time to make it up. no, he does not. >> because the -- >> because t
newest lawmakers are sworn in today. new hampshire's new governor is also a woman, but the state's gender progress is not reflected across the country. women will hold just 20% of seats in the new senate and less than 18% in the house. six states have never elected a woman to the house, and four have never chosen a woman senator. five men have been formally charged in an indian court with a gang rape and murder of a 23- year-old student on a moving bus in new delhi. the attack sparked a nationwide outcry with calls for harsher punishments against rapists and an end to violence against women. the outrage deepened after the victim -- who is still not been named publicly -- died from the wounds she suffered in the hours on assault. a sixth suspect is believed to be under 18 will likely face charges in juvenile court. more on the case and the outreach it has inspired after the headlines. more than 100 people in india have died from exposure amid historically low to butchers in the northern state. the official said many of the dead were poor people whose bodies were found outside in sidewalks
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